Philly Sports Nut is totally dependent on its writers to showcase all that is going on inPhilly and around the sports world. If you love Philly sports. If you never miss an Eagles game, a Union match, the Phillies hitting for the cycle or any of the PA college sports, then you can be a writer too.
There are many opportunities with Seattle Sports Nut. We want to focus on what you want to focus on. So here are some answers to your questions:
Q. Do I need to be a professional writer to write for Philly Sports Nut?
A. No. You need to have good writing skills and of course be able to showcase your knowledge of the team/sport that you are writing about?
Q. Do I get paid?
A. This comes up all the time with new writers. Unfortunately no. Blogging about sports is a labor of love.
Q. If I don’t get paid, why should I do this?
A. First, you should do it because you love writing about sports. But there are other benefits. If you have a aspirations to write about sports for a living, you’ll get great experience. The founders of the Sports Nut Media sites are both nationally syndicated sports writers whose work has appeared on Fox Sports, CBS Sports, ESPN and many other outlets. They keep a very close eye on content and learn a lot. And, if your work is good enough, they will get you syndicated through national outlets. Your work can be read by thousands!
Q. What are the expectations of writers?
A. We will ask you to commit to a general ballpark of two articles per week. Your work should be well thought out, opinions justified and you should be able to take constructive criticism in stride. We really are trying to make the site better by making you a better writer, if you need it of course.
Q. How do I get started?
A. Fill out the form below and our editorial staff will contact you soon. You can be writing as early as tomorrow.
Q. What if I have more questions?
A. Email the staff at email@example.com
ALL submitted work will be subject to a plagiarism check so make sure your article is original!
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